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Subject Re: Console: Geronimo 2.1.0 Changing IP-Adress Bound!
Date Sun, 23 Mar 2008 17:54:35 GMT
Thanks David..

Hm, i use Tomcat and i dont want move to Jetty. Can you explain how i 
can redploy the changed console
Container for Tomcat?

Is it maybe possible to open the *.xml Config File for Tomcat usig 
Midnightcommander, wich is
able to handle *.zip Archies and simple change the Entry, save it and 
rerun Geronimo?

Wich File i have to change and which Files are Console are depends on?

Thx alot

David Jencks schrieb:
> On Mar 23, 2008, at 9:47 AM, <> 
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I need to switch the Console to another IP-Adress but i cannot find 
>> some usefull Information
>> to do thadt. I dont want thadt the Console is an any IP-Adress on my 
>> Server visible.
> For both the jetty and tomcat servers you will have to redeploy the 
> console after modifying the plans.  AFAIK no one has tried this with 
> the modular console we have in 2.1.
> For jetty it ought to be fairly simple.  You need to deploy an 
> additional jetty connector on the ip you want.  In the geronimo plan 
> for the console portal app you can then specify the host.  We might be 
> able to expose the host as a configurable  parameter in 
> config-substitutions so you wouldn't need to redeploy the console to 
> change it.
> For tomcat AFAIK it is much harder.  You essentially have to deploy an 
> entire new tomcat server on the new ip address. There are some 
> instructions for a related project for 1.1 here:
> I don't see any evidence this documentation has been ported to 2.1 
> although someone did get a similar setup to work.
> You might consider if using a virtual host would be sufficient as they 
> are somewhat easier to set up.  There are some instructions 
> and
>> Thanks for comments,
>> Cheers

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